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Pat Spiers was a farmhand who worked for Josephine Mitchell at the W.M Ranch. Pat donated a significant number of artifacts to the Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Heritage Society; one notable item was Al Huble’s desk. Her interview discusses what life was like working on the ranch.
Alice King came to the Prince George area in 1929. She was a friend of Josephine Mitchell and she knew the Huble family. Her interview sheds light on some of the happenings at Summit Lake and Giscome Portage after the Huble family moved into Prince George.
Josie Paul is a Lheidli T'enneh elder who spent time at the W.M. Ranch during her childhood. During her interview she discusses lifes at the ranch, traditional fishing practices, and more.
Please note that the oral interview with Josie Paul has been started. If you are interested in reading the transcribed portion, it is available below. The clips below still require transcription.
June Chamberland is a founding member of the Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Society. During her interviews, she discusses the early restoration and development of the historic site.